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Identifier: MSS 2/049
Scope and Contents Four typescript letters signed, 1911, from James Tyson and T. Mellor Tyson, concerning costs of patient care at Country Branch of Rush Hospital for Consumption and Allied Diseases, Malvern, Pa.
Identifier: MSS 2/145-01
Scope and Contents Clinical records of patients under care of William Osler in wards MM and WM at Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, 1887-1889. In addition to Osler’s notes, patient records contain notes by James Tyson (Osler’s successor in professorship of clinical medicine at the University) and two resident physicians, Joseph Leidy and L. L. Mial. Several examples of cases of Bright’s disease, dyspepsia, tuberculosis, rheumatism, and typhoid fever.